John Paul Bialowarczuk
1921 - 2017
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John Paul Bialowarczuk, 96, of Ocala, FL, died October 9, 2017.

Born in Carteret, NJ on May 6, 1921, he was the son of George and Violet Bialowarczuk.

During World War II, he served with the United States Army Air Corps.

John was an avid sports fan, especially the New England Patriots and the Boston Red Sox. He was a loving husband, father, and brother. John will be deeply missed and his memory held dear by his family.

Family members include two daughters, Barbara Van Uden of Laconia, and Nancy Adams and her husband, Randy, of Anthony, FL; two grandchildren, Kristi Van Uden and Erik Van Uden and his wife, Jaylaine; three stepsons, Gary, Greg and Alan Nemetz; the Nemetz grandchildren and their families; three sisters, Florence, Rose, and Stella; two great grandchildren, Taryn and Payton; and a nephew, Ed Lozak.

Services: Following cremation, a mass of Christian burial will be celebrated Friday at 10:30 AM in Saint Joseph Cathedral Chapel, Lowell Street, Manchester, NH.

Burial will follow in Saint Joseph Cemetery, Bedford, NH.

Donations may be made to Hospice of Marion County, P.O. Box 4860, Ocala, FL 34478.

The Connor-Healy Funeral Home and Cremation Center, Manchester, NH is in charge of the arrangements.

For more information please visit: www.connorhealy.com




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Published in Union Leader on Oct. 23, 2017.
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October 25, 2017
PaPa John, I am sure by now you have had one heck of a reunion with your beloved wife, Bonnie, Tony & Isabelle Goulet, Bill & Irene Cashin and Tony & Marge Van Uden. You traveled the world together and had a blast. Sincere condolences to daughters Barbara and Nancy and her husband Randy Adams, stepsons Gary Nemetz and his wife Shirley, Greg Nemetz and his partner Bob Velkampf, Alan Nemetz and his wife Joanne Chartrand. Your grandchildren adored you. I am sure they hold many fond memories of X Mas, Easter, birthday parties or just simply cookouts at 380 Lowell St and the fun that followed in the back yard. Condolences to Michael, Steven, Scott, Alison, Kristi and Erik. Condolences to sisters Rose, Stella, and Florence and to your nephew Edward Lozak who loved your visits to New Jersey and hearing of your baseball exploits. I write this with a great deal of sadness in my heart for those who knew you will certainly miss you. You were friend to many and never had a bad word to say about anyone.Your were a special person. RIP PaPa John.
Donald Van Uden
October 24, 2017
So sorry for you loss ..
Cheryl and Jack
October 24, 2017
PaPa John, I am sure by now you are having one heck of a reunion with your beloved wife Bonnie, Tony & Isabelle Goulet, Bill & Irene Cashin, and Tony & Marge Van Uden. You were one heck of a foursome that traveled the world together.You certainly had a blast! My sincere condolences to your daughters Barbara and Nancy, husband Randy Adams, Gary & Shirley Nemetz, Greg Nemetz & Bob Velcampf, Alan Nemetz and his wife Joanne Chartrand. Your grandchildren who you adored. Micheal Nemetz, Steve Nemetz, Scott Nemetz, Allison Nemetz, Krist Van Uden and Erik Van Uden. Condolences to your beloved sisters, Rose, Stella and Florence and your nephew Edward Lozak who adored you and enjoyed the stories of your baseball exploits. You spent many special moments with all of them which I am sure will bring smiles to faces as they remember X-Mas Days, Easters, birthday parties, or just a plain old cookouts at 380 Lowell St. Special moments, special people! It is with heartfelt sorrow that I write this. You were one heck of a husband, father and grandfather. You never had a bad word to say about any one. I will always hold fond memories of you in my heart. RIP PaPa John.
Donald Van Uden
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